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97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 Corvette C5 Am/fm Cd Player Bose Radio Gm 4464 on

US $169.00

Romulus, Michigan, United States

Romulus, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Conditions & Options:RADIO CD PLAYER 16257601 Model:CORVETTE Genuine OEM:Yes Year:1999 Interchange Part Number:638-01068B Stock #:AA6104 Designation:Used Manufacturer Part Number:16257601 PartNumber:638 GTIN:Does not apply Mileage:75000 Inventory ID:4464


97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 CORVETTE C5 AM/FM CD PLAYER BOSE RADIO GM 4464


Stock Number 



 CORVETTE 98-04 AM-FM-stereo-CD player (opt UN0)
CORVETTE 97 AM-FM-stereo-CD player



97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 CORVETTE C5 AM/FM CD PLAYER BOSE RADIO GM 4464


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USPS is also used for some items and on most International orders

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We do not guarantee the paint condition of the items.

Large and Heavy Items will ship truck freight. Freight items must ship to a commercial business (with a loading dock or forklift) or customer pick up from the freight carrier terminal.   Residential delivery is available but additional charges will apply. All items should be inspected in the presence of the driver at the time of delivery and any shipping damage should be reported to the driver immediately


Intenational orders will be shipped on the Ebay global shipping program. All other fees, duties, and taxes are responsibility of the buyer.

Full payment on items must be made within 3 days of the auctions end, otherwise we reserve the right to relist the item.

AES Auto Part & Sales stands behind the products that we sell. Remember you are buying used auto parts. We will not guarantee paint condition on painted parts. These parts are used and we do our best to describe any flaws or damage. If you are looking for “MINT” condition parts we will not guarantee the quality to be “MINT”. All of our parts are used and will have normal wear and not guaranteed to look like a brand new part. If there is a problem contact us to make a claim. Freight must be inspected before signing for it. If your freight is damaged do not sign for it. If you post negative feedback without contacting us there will be no assistance offered. Original shipping charges are non-refundable. Return shipping will be paid by buyer and is not refundable. You must contact us before returning part. Anything returned without contacting us will not be credited. All electrical parts are exchange only.

If there is other parts that you are looking for that are not listed contact us: Call or TXT (734)658-1053

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